Mian Arshad Hussain

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Mian Arshad Hussain
Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
1 May 1968 – 4 April 1969[1]
President Ayub Khan
Preceded by Sharifuddin Pirzada
Succeeded by Yahya Khan
Personal details
Born (1910-01-09)9 January 1910[2]
Died 4 October 1987(1987-10-04) (aged 77)[3]
Political party All-India Muslim League
(Before 1947)
Muslim League (1947–1958)

Mian Arshad Hussain (9 January 1910 – 4 October 1987), he served as Foreign Minister of Pakistan (1968 – 1969).[1]

In 1959, Mian Arshad Husain was appointed Pakistan's Ambassador to Sweden, in 1961 to Moscow, and in 1963, he was appointed High Commissioner to India.[1][4]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Ministry of Foreign Affairs (List of Former Foreign Ministers)". Retrieved 4 May 2018. 
  2. ^ Blattner, James Elwyn (1955). Who's who in U.A.R and the Near East. Paul Barbey Press. p. 431. 
  3. ^ Impact International. News & Media. 1987. p. clii. 
  4. ^ Liaquat Ali Khan's visit (Ambassador to Moscow - Mian Arshad Hussain) Dawn (newspaper), Published 2 December 2008, Retrieved 4 May 2018
Political offices
Preceded by
Sharifuddin Pirzada
Minister of Foreign Affairs
1968–1969
Succeeded by
Yahya Khan
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